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Friday, 26 January 2018 05:04

Avalanche Canada gives fair warning to adventurers

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With the Rocky Mountains blazing through southern Alberta, standing strong and bordering provinces, they have become a home to travellers for sports, hiking, recreation and risk takers alike to visit throughout the year.

A fundraiser held last Saturday to assist those in the MD of Acadia and RM of Chesterfield who were impacted by the October wildfires by far exceeded expectations of organizers. It was a true example of what rural residents can accomplish when they pull together.

Being recognized by one's peers is an honour in itself. To be recognized for your work by the Queen is launching that recognition into the stratosphere.

 Mark the dawn of Wednesday January 31st, 2018 for a spectacular Mountain Moon setting of the “Blue Moon” Eclipse.

The Southern Alberta Ethnic Association in Lethbridge took some time to explore the Philippines at the most recent Building Cultural Bridges event.

After a thorough review, the Government of Saskatchewan has decided to accept the recommendation for a 3.5 per cent rate increase for SaskPower, compared to the original request of five per cent.  The government thanks the Saskatchewan Rate Review Panel for their work.

The capital expansion project in Leader, including various renovations and enhancements to the interior of the existing long-term care side of the facility, continues to reach new construction milestones and remains on schedule to open its doors as the Leader and District Integrated Healthcare Facility this summer.  

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